Joshua's uncle has kidnapped Lerato, and Generations fans are not happy about it. Most of them feel that the writers are spreading hate in Mzansi with the current storyline and that it won't end well.
Many of Generations: The Legacy's fans are not sure what to make of the current situation with Lerato.
She's been kidnapped by Joshua's uncle and that's not something that's sitting right with viewers.
In fact, people are convinced that this storyline will not end well at all and that it's only spreading more hate in the country.
Briefly.co.za noticed that viewers vented on social media, saying that they don't like the racism aspect behind Lerato's kidnapping.
Some even called on the writers to end things now, before it gets worse and people become really upset.
Check out what some of them had to say:
Tinashe Chimene - These writers have awakened the beast in me why taking such a sensitive story line!!!
Senateur Salomon Ngoie - I thing the writer must end this episode of racism i don't really appreciate it at all its a cold part of generation
Radie van den Berg - I'm speechless. I don't understand why the writers wants to create more hate. Things are already in such a mess with races in SA. Why do this?
Mistchell Konoro - this story line it's not good at all
Jabu Lephuting - I still say this won't end well,generations writers be warned
Zah Mercy Jobe - Instead of creating peace. U a creating war Mfundi Vundla stop this nonsense of racism !Black or white we are one.colour doesn't mean anything.
Mthulisi Gumede - that part of generations scripture is gng to cause confusion and division between blacks and white ..If the blacks win as of smanga lerato crew or joshua win, still certain group of white or blacks are gng to think the writer is a racist
Queen Vhukhudo - Mxm this stroryline of racist is not good at all,,generation will lose fans by this stupit storyline.....we are living in democracy why bringing us back on Apairtheid
Here's a short clip of Lerato realising she was kidnapped:
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